20 thousand Saudi female employees registered with “Wusool” after extending the benefit period to two years and facilitating procedures The Saudi Press Agency


Riyadh, Shawwal 29, 1442 AH, corresponding to June 10, 2021 AD
The number of Saudi female employees registered in the program to support the transfer of working women “Wusool” has reached 20,000 female employees in the private sector since improvements were made to the mechanism and requirements of the program in November (2020) until May (2021), according to the Human Resources Development Fund “Hadaf”. .
The increase in the number of female employees registered in Wassoul came due to the improvements in the mechanism and requirements of the program, with the aim of benefiting the largest number of applicants, and facilitating and facilitating the registration procedures, in light of the Fund’s support to empower Saudi women employed in the private sector.
Promises of the new improvements to the program, Hadaf has raised the financial support ceiling for Wusool beneficiaries to 1,100 riyals instead of 800 riyals per month. According to the program’s new mechanism, registered female registrants who meet the conditions are able to benefit from the support by deducting 80% of the cost of each trip after raising the upper limit to 1100 riyals per month for female beneficiaries with a monthly wage of 6000 or less, and with a maximum limit of 800 riyals per month for female beneficiaries, whose monthly wages range between 6001 to 8000 riyals, and the period of benefiting from the program has been extended to 24 months instead of 12 months.
In order to ensure the safety of the beneficiaries of the “Wusool” program and to ensure quality and safety in transportation, the service is provided through companies licensed by the Ministry of Transport.
Wassoul program covers 13 regions: Riyadh, Makkah, Eastern Province, Madinah, Tabuk, Asir, Qassim, Hail, Jazan, Northern Borders, Najran, Al-Jawf, and Al Baha
It is noteworthy that the program to support the transportation of working women “Wusool” aims to find solutions to reduce the burden of transportation costs for Saudi women working in the private sector, and to improve and develop the environment for women’s transportation to and from the workplace, by securing a safe, high quality and safety transportation service for women. Operating, to and from the workplace, in partnership with private taxi routing companies through licensed smart applications.
Women working in the private sector who meet the conditions can register in the “Wusool” program through the link http://wusool.sa.
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